[visionlist] Tutorial: Experimental design in Unity3D (bmlTUX)

Nikolaus Troje troje at yorku.ca
Thu Jun 18 17:16:27 -04 2020

Dear colleagues,

Adam Bebko from the BioMotionLab is giving a workshop on bmlTUX during V-VSS. bmlTUX is a Unity3D framework that adds functionality to the game engine which makes it easy to implement and run trial-based, factorial-designed experiments. Details are below. Yes, it is free.

Niko Troje

Topic: bmlTUX workshop and Q&A
Host: Adam Bebko
Time: Jun 23, 2020 02:00 PM EST (meeting room opens 30 mins before)

bmlTUX is a framework for quickly creating experiments in Unity game engine and VR.
Website: https://biomotionlab.github.io/TUX/

In this workshop I will guide you through the initial steps of setting up bmlTUX and creating a basic experiment.

Please have Unity 2019.3 installed and working on your system.
So everyone starts on the same level, please join at the scheduled start time.

Zoom Meeting:

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 948 3525 9625
Password: 178535


Dr. Niko Troje
Professor and Canada Research Chair
Department of Biology &
Centre for Vision Research

York University
429B Life Science Building
4700 Keele Street
Toronto ON M3J 1P3, Canada

phone: +1 416 736 2100, ext. 22862
email: troje at yorku.ca<mailto:troje at yorku.ca>
www:   http://www.biomotionlab.ca
twitter: @BioMotionLab

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